TAKE JENNINGS, FOR INSTANCE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge
Illustrated by Mays
Published by Collins
TAKE JENNINGS FOR INSTANCE
Written by Anthony Buckeridge. Illustrated by Mays.
Stock no. 2124355
1st. 1958. Hardback. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Jennings joins the Natural History club. Colour frontis, 4 b/w illustrations. Red boards, black title to spine. 256 pages, top edge red.
Bumping along couple of cover edges. Heavy foxing to endpapers, prelims and outer page edges. Wrapper is foxed to verso with edge-creasing and chipping, with a little loss.
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- In theory the Form 3 Natural History Club at Linbury Court was an undertaking worthy of encouragement. In practice, however, it was found that the study of wild life upset the smooth running of the school. And when Jennings (Chief Frog Spotter) and Darbishire (Hon. Sec.) decided to look farther afield for their specimens, things began to happen. For example: Mr. Wilkins' car developed engine trouble in mysterious circumstances: Dr. Hipkin the "scientific frogma" narrowly escaped a watery grave. But worst of all was the alleged escape of a swarm of newly graduated frogs which might be hopping about the building just as the guests arrive for Speech Day.
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